Mercedes-Benz is jumping into the oddball "SUV coupe" segment with its new GLE Coupe.
Facelift and technology upgrades on the way for blue oval ute.
Does the new Lexus NX300h signals the start of a new product offensive for the brand?
Skoda's AWD Yeti Outdoor deserves far better attention than it is currently receiving in New Zealand.
Right now all eyes are on the sales battle between the two giants of New Zealand's ute market - the Toyota Hilux and the Ford Ranger.
A Chinese copy of the Range Rover Evoque has angry Land Rover officials claiming Intellectual Property Theft.
Holden has listened to its customers and sorted out all the little niggles about its Colorado ute which results in a much improved vehicle.
Nissan's Petrol-electric seven-seater isn't a genuine fuel miser, but is an accomplished SUV for large families.
This is a story about two Kia Sportages. They are the same but different, and they reflect how SUV preferences are rapidly changing in NZ.
New Zealand is among nine international markets listed for the Everest, Ford's new Australian-developed SUV.
With their peace, love and Volkswagen Kombi van the spirit of the 60s is alive and well in the Goodhue household.
Armour-plating, crowd-suppression lasers and anti-paparazzi electrified door handles are features of sharkskin-lined assault wagon.
Citroen's favourite people-carrier wasn't always this pretty but better looking five-seat version is arriving in NZ this month.
Like other Kiwis whose OE was defined by a road trip in a VW, our memories have also been shaped by the People's Car.
Renault's Koleos SUV is now a much more appealing buy, thanks to a price and specification realignment.
Nice going, Jeep. Go straight to the top of the class with the new Cherokee.
Suzuki's popular all-wheel-drive has taken on a whole new market position and engineering stance.
Isuzu's flagship MU-X model, as its name suggests, doesn't mind getting dirty.
Toyota prepares to fend off the Ford Ranger challenge in this year's ute sales battle with new value-added weapons called Edge.
One of the least known successful Renault/Nissan ventures is the Dacia brand which has one particularly interesting project on the go.
Wellington journo Tom Hunt jumps at the chance to test-drive a Lamborghini. And lives to tell the tale.